If you’re looking to spend less money to fill your classroom with more Math Dice you’ve come to the right place! ThinkFun is offering participants of our Math Dice Program this special deal. To join our Math Dice teacher community and take the Math Dice Classroom Challenge contact:
Education & Events Manager
You’ll need to send a copy of the tax exempt certificate for your school district via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) unless your school district resides in the following states: Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, Alaska, and Oregon.
We can send you an invoice or you can prepay with a credit card over the phone.
Yes, you can pay through a purchase order. If you need a quote beforehand in order to create this purchase order, Alana is happy to give you one over the phone or in an email.
Yes, you can! Please send Alana an e-mail with the titles you’re interested in. A list of all our games can be found at:
Math Dice is quick to learn and easy to teach. The first part of the program is all about becoming comfortable with the game. Once you know the rules, you’ll work through some challenges together and have a mini practice tournament to experience the true magic of Math Dice!
Begin by reading our Part I Teacher Guide and find all of the materials you need for Part I of the program here.
In Part 2 you will set a team goal, play lots of math dice games and, of course, celebrate once you reach your goal!
Here you will discover all of the many different ways Math Dice can be played. To earn points, students play paper and pencil challenges, small group- games and have fun in non-competitive mini tournaments.
The best part is, you will see that Math Dice can fit seamlessly into the regular rhythm of your classroom. Students can play on their own time, in small groups, as a class or as take-home play.
Begin by reading our Part 2 Teacher Guide and find all of the materials you need for Part 2 of the program here.
Your students will be excited to try out their new skills in a class tournament. Break students into small groups, pass out Math Dice games and let them roll! Planning for a small celebration and awards ceremony after the tournament is a great way to build excitement. Everything you need to know can be found in our Part 3 Teacher Guide.
Check out these additional resources to help you further deepen your students’ love of Math Dice and hone their math skills.